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How I Learned to Drive - Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 6 Summary

This section begins with short comments by the Greek Chorus on letters and gifts sent to Li'l Bit from Peck in the fall of 1969. The gifts are chocolates, books and flowers; the letters all look forward to, and comment on, Peck's reunion with Li'l Bit. Suddenly we're in a hotel room with a bewildered Peck and a very angry Li'l Bit (who is in her late teens). She very quickly drinks three glasses of the champagne Peck brought, tells Peck that the letters and gifts really frightened her, confesses that she's dropped out of school, and tells him she's not willing to spend time alone with him any more. Frightened more by the thought of being without her than he is by her anger, Peck calms her down and talks her into lying on the bed and letting him hold her. When he promises that nothing else...

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